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Published on July 24, 2014

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Generating the Greatest Content Ideas Part 2: Generating the Greatest Content Ideas Part 2 C ontent creation is not just a simple process of typing it in and leaving it alone. A good content strategy involves creating and updating content consistently. PowerPoint Presentation: T rending Topics : Look and see what the hot topics are online today. What is it that people are writing about the subject, and can you use your own creativity to write about it yourself? This also assures you that the content you write is up to date. I ndustry Groups : Join a few industry groups. Focused groups will cover hot topics as well as issues people might be facing, from beginner to the expert level. You can join groups on : Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, Yahoo, Meetup, Forums. PowerPoint Presentation: Q &A Sites : Q and A sites, like Yahoo Answers, offer great resources that you can use to come up with topics. These sites provide you with insights of actual answers that people have looked for in the past. You can find questions relating to your subject matter, write up an explanation and then drop a link inside your answer to a question. G oogle Alerts : Set up Google Alerts with keywords that relate to your subject matter. For example, you might set up an update for the term “content strategy”. Then you could pick how often that you desired updates. Google Alerts is a good tool to stay up-to-date about what others in your industry are talking about. PowerPoint Presentation: C urate : It’s not always necessary for you to have to create great content for your readers. You can easily provide just as much value if you curate great content for them. Aggregate data, infographics or resources, and then create a post that lists what you have collected. R enew, Review & Summarize : If you’ve been creating content for a while, you probably have more than one post that covers or relates to identical topics. You can create a separate standalone piece of content that points readers back to a previous work. This can either be a new post, or a separate page. PowerPoint Presentation: I nterviews : Setting up an interview will take some time and effort, but it’s worth it. Once you formulate a question, your participants will add to the thought process and help you create additional ideas that can then be passed on to someone else. G oogle Analytics : Google Analytics isn’t just for measuring traffic. Use the statistics the tool gives you so you can note what searches have led visitors to your website in the past, and what content gets the most views. PowerPoint Presentation: THANK YOU https://www.facebook.com/keydifference http://www.keydifference.com/ Contact: https://twitter.com/keydifference

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